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FOX Business
Feb 3, 2013 8:00pm EST
obama took office in 2009. for more now on this attack, the president's foreign policy, i'm joined by pulitzer prize-winning journalist of fox news contributor, judith miller, fox news middle eastern terrorism analyst. let me begin with you. this attack on -- this sneak attack during the secretary's tenure is kind of an art of vice, but the reality is that we still have enemies who are pursuingheir interests, even as we deny the force, the power, and the, if you will, the ubiquity of those forces. >> absolutely. i mean, the denial of the kind of need to continue the war and terror in this administration is really striking. hillary clinton wonders out, says farewell to her troops, takes a swipe at her critics and the chairman of the house foreign affairs committee has to point out, by the way, this calls for a sweeping review of the security of our diplomatic facilities, and she is never asked about it, does not have to respond to it. she is really amazingly adept at dodging hard questions. lou: adept, immune, inoculated, teflon, if you will. this secretary of state, despite the mil
FOX Business
Feb 11, 2013 7:00pm EST
foreign policy? we sort it all out next. the boys used double miles from their capital one venture card to fly home for the big family reunion. you must be garth's father? hello. mother. mother! traveling is easy with the vture card because you can fly any airline anytime. two words. double miles! this guy can act. wanna play dodge rock? oh, yoguys! and with double miles yocan actually use, you never miss t fun. beard gring contest ango! ♪ i win! what's in wallet? ♪ lou: the senate armed services committee holds a vote tomorrow on the nomination of former senator chuck a bill to become secretary of defense. the senate finance committee will hold his confirmation hearing for treasury secretary nominee jack clued on wednesday, and their is a new opening, the head of the small business administration announced she is leaving the administration once a successor is confirmed. might be selected to the job. joining the cabinet that hardly meets and does not assure access to the president in any way. the president obviously does not hold his cabinet members in high regard. since 2009 the presi
FOX Business
Feb 9, 2013 8:00pm EST
. they were two managements of foreign policy. one low level, and a different one strategic going out of the white house, and many thinks the white house had at the time objectives not really informed at the security council on the one hand or the state department. lou: let me ask you just straight up, yes or no. were you disappointed or disgusted at the conduct of the president of the united states and the secretary of state? >> i think that by trying to put this on the video, this was a diversion from what was happening on the ground, and they tried not to inform the american public before the elections. i think that's the con consensuf most of us, those of us who know what the jihadists were trying to do. lou: thank you for being with us. more on the rising tensionings in -- tensions in the middle east and president obama's response with the a-team next. the northeast hit by another big storm. in fact, a record storm. the blizzard update is next. bush whacked or hacked, however you want to say it, the bush family photos and secret e-mails of the former first family released on the
FOX Business
Feb 11, 2013 10:00pm EST
means. are you confused about what president obama calls foreign policy? we sort it all out next. the boys used double miles from their capital one venture card to fly home for the big family reunion. you must be garth's father? hello. mother. mother! traveling is easy with the vture card because you can fly any airline anytime. two words. double miles! this guy can act. wanna play dodge rock? oh, yoguys! and with double miles you can actually use, you never miss the fun. beard gring contest ango! ♪ i win! what's in wallet? i win! today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our brother's keeper. what's number two we wanna do? bring it up to 90 decatherms. how bout ya, joe? let's go ahead and bring it online. attention on site, attention on site. now starting unit nine. some of the world's cleanest gas turbines are now powering some of america's biggest cities. siemens. answers. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into business. my goal was to take an idea and make it haen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. never really
FOX Business
Feb 8, 2013 9:00pm EST
america being unsafe, not the number of guns were americans who own them but the dollar, a debt and weak foreign policy. unemployment
FOX Business
Feb 10, 2013 10:00pm EST
♪ gerri: hello, everybody. i'm gerri willis. tonight on "the willis report". the housing market and recovery. tonight the real realist a story. despite hundreds of regulations put into place by this administration to big to fail is still a real risk. we will tell you what it means for you and your money. and one of the biggest names in fashion. supermodel here to kick off our series of special reports. "the willis report" is on the case. ♪ gerri: all of that and more coming up, but first, our top story tonight, the best news in american homeowners for more than six years. listen to this. our nation's real-estate market is seeing a real recovery. home prices seeingthe largest gain since august of 2006 right before the housing bust. the index is up five and a half% year-over-year, and if that does not convince you the national association of home builders reporting the recovery has spread to more than 70 percent of 361 u.s. metro markets. that's a big deal. some of the things that got hit hardest by the housing bust a loss vegas, phoenix, seattle are all coming back. still, some of the businesses are saying housing should not be looked at as investment. but i beg to differ. let's see what my next guest says. founder of the corporate group. always great to have you on the show. i want to talk to you about the comments. he says you can't think of the houses and investment. >> in addition to what he also said, you're better off renting out and buying. i think he's out of his mind and it's the worst advice you possibly give to anyone in the marketplace. first off, for everyone who is out there renting, they will go up like crazy because so much of the housing stock that was converted to rentals by investors is going to be a debt of the market now that prices have returned to my going to be flipped, and people will raise trends, so there is no security. most importantly if i could just say one thing, ii live it, eat, breathe it every day, the emotional card that people have toward owning where they lived. ask anyone if they have the cash if you'd rather own it or pay to rent. people really want to own where they live, and that is not a trend, that is human nature, and that ain't going nowhere. gerri: dollars and cents. human nature, but am i going to make money? and look, i think people look back at the last six years. what they say is, well, the past is prologue. these housing prices are not going to go. gerri: that is not the case. the mood has switched. almost everybody that is surveyed believe they're going to pay more for that house one year from now. they are all right. tremendous fear in the marketplace that if i don't buy now i will pay more later. they're right again. so these are the emotional scars that are pushing the buttons that making housing prices go up by 5%. couple that with cheap money, plus the fact that the house is up 30% cheaper than they were five years ago, why wouldn't you buy a house? gerri: it is interesting. of course, a yale economist, he does not know as much as people in the marketplace, regular americans are out there buying and selling each and every day. i want to talk to you about inventory because it is tight. one of the big things that has been promoting this really i selling price. not a ton of inventory. is that point to change? what is going to happen to prices and inventory finally does come full bore? >> the inventory is not going to improve. more inventory we have the fewer houses we have to sell, and nothing that fuels a buyer more than when they lose the house they bet on and that is a strict result of a shortage of inventory. that is not going to get better but worse. gerri: maybe you are talking to your book a little bit. here in real estate, 30 years. you love it. all people in real estate are just born optimistic. are you overstating the case? >> you have to remember that i lived through three bloodletting realistic recessions and had to keep things going. i have lived it. you know what i learned about real estate that is very slow to unwind? taken us five years, once it starts spinning it's been so fast people know what hit them. from that experience i have to say this will be no different. gerri: my gut tells me that people are going to be the -- well, my gut tells me that people will be coming to me in twelvemonth and saying, i am so sad that i did not buy something. i wish had. that was the perfect opportunity >> very happy sitting in their rental paying their landlord little bit more. gerri: that will be bob schiller, not the rest of us. tell us more. brakes. the 30-year fixed. people are complaining because they're saying rates are going up. rates over time. >> the best thing that would take this market in a double take would be a stitch up of a percentage point. all of a sudden the dealine on low prices, cheap money. wait until you see what that does. i don't think anyone is expecting that. that is not my value. of the people are predicting. gerri: individual markets because i know you have of you in some cities. >> new york city, and that, i have to say, i am totally biased and you should not listen to me at all. is the tree because i make my livelihood here. when i love about new york city and all the cities that are really international cities, there are not that many in the united states, san francisco, l.a. a bit, i love about it is there is always a new population of people moving in. so the japanese lose their yen value and move out, the chinese move in and take their computers of their hands, always someone, whoever is coming in. gerri: to see that more all over the country. all the foreigners buying in florida. so we're starting to see investors coming in the fall cash. foreigners coming in and out of cash. individuals, first-time buyers, people who want to trade up. >> you know who is a person he should be moving even more than a first-time buyer or international person, someone who wants to trade up because if you take less for your home today and get them, this deep discount to you are ahead of the game. people are still stalling when they should not be. gerri: named three cities that you like now. >> seattle, las vegas and first and foremost new york city, my home town. gerri: so good to see you. the key for coming on. appreciate it. now we want to know what you think. here is our question. do you consider your home and investment? log on to gerriwillis.com, vote on the right instead of the screen and that will share the results of the end of the show. from new york all the way to california. houses are selling again. buyers are finally returning to the market, especially in los angeles. fox business robert gray joins us from hollywood hills california with an exclusive look at a great home for sale. i hear leonardo dicaprio and have a very are there. have you met them? >> not yet. i am still waiting for the invite for a picnic for something. a great screening room downstairs for are a dozen or so of your closest friends. i'm told shields two or three properties adjacent to this one in the trendy birds street area. called nightingale, bridgeway is down the way. i always thought that was a beatles song, but there are other back story to that as well. clearly we have seen a los angeles market hit hard during the recession, tumbled by more than 40 percent according to the case schiller index, bouncing back off lows. the upper end, luxuriant, and standing in now is all the way back at pre recession levels. sold more 5-million-dollar home-plus years ever. part of that to my aunt told, folks trying to sell because capital gains prices are going to go up because there is not a lot of inventory. but a lot of inventory. coming from china, russia overlooking the pacific ocean, not too far from here, just weeks ago. still grabbing headlines. a record sales for the area and in international buyer who did not wish to be identified. folks coming in from france. we know what is going on there with sarkozy fleeing the country because of the higher tax rates. this sum will set you back 7500 square feet. it's going to go for about 13 million as the listing price. of course five bedrooms and saw the screening room. the pool, hot tub, views of downtown, but if you come over here we can take a look and you can see the glasses encased masters week and, of course, you wake up every morning with a view of santa monica and the pacific ocean. gerri: that is gorgeous. have you put a bit in? >> i guess it is worth every penny if you have them. i don't know. gerri: it is pretty. amazing property. thank you for bringing it to us and we appreciate it. >> you're welcome. gerri: special coverage of the real-estate story continues throughout the show. and 20 minutes i will be joined by a famed real-estate agent. she will give us a peek inside as $16 million penthouse for sale right here in new york city. there we are. a warning to congress that another financial crisis could be around the corner if we don't get rid of too big to fail once and for all. details next. ♪ my mother made the best toffee in the world. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. never really thought i would make money doing what i love. [ robert ] we created legalzoom to help people start their business and launch their dreams. go to legalzoom.com today and make your business dream a reality. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. ♪ gerri: watch out, taxpayers, you could be on the hook for yet another too big to fail bailout. that is the message top bank regulators and lawmakers are sending. they say dodd-frank fails to protect your bottom line. joining me now, director of financial affect -- financial regulation studies indicate institute. tell me, you said current regulations, we could end up paying for yet another bailout. i have to tell you, all the democrats in washington say you are wrong. what don't they know? >> well, i sent a -- i think they want to defend the act of the past, but the evidence is is too big to fail this year, the largest bank should be able to borrow at a lower rate than rivals. midsized and small banks, and if you looked at the data it is clear that they can. it was not that way before the crisis. big banks did not have an advantage. again, i do think that the democrats on the hill, the administration was to sell you on the dodd-frank works when it clearly does not to read -- gerri: here is something. he said the limits dodd-frank puts on the fed rescue authority is largely cosmetic. what do you mean? >> absolutely. the change that congress did, it said, if you do any bailout programs from now what needs to be widely available and everyone should have access to it within a certain category, but it completely leaves it up to the fed to define that category, so it is like saying everyone is available, but you need to be 6-foot even define this in a way ben wright did write. -- it very easy not say for my time working and the help. i'll admit that i crafted compositions here and there in the law there were only going to be targeted to one company. all the time. i'm skeptical that it will work that way. they're so much work. gerri: here's my question. here's my question. if you believe that we have been drained to big to fail, and it absolutely exists and we could be on the hook all over again, the next step is to break up the banks. how'd you do that? is seems just completely impossible. wall street will oppose you. the banks are going to oppose you. big industry will probably oppose you generally. how could that possibly happen? >> there is certainly a lot of political obstacles, and that is what i think we have to keep in line with too big to fail. too big to fail is far more a political problem that it is an economic problem. once you set up the expectation that government will bail you out if you're too big or too complex, you have an incentive that to become big and complex. and i think what we really need to do is tie the hands of the regulators and a big way, take the ability of the federal reserve to bailout anyone, not just one institution for bob -- broadbased bailouts, restrict that trestrict the treasury ability to go something like a stabilization fund was the use to bailout of mutual funds and bail out the banking industry, you have to take that pots of money away from the regulators. as lawyers they have a big pot of money. gerri: responsibility for their own operation. the banks have to know at the beginning of the day, if you do something stupid your going to have to pay for yourself because the taxpayers are coming to value out. as the answer to the question. >> absolutely, and if they know that they will change. if you believe in, they had ten different offers to be bought. he said every time, i will take less than $10 a share. you create the expectation. therefore he acted to put himself in a bad situation. if he said of the expectation that if they mess up there will fail and will not get bailed out, there will therefore on narrow range of businesses in a way that they know there will be less likely to fail, so the real problem is knowing that that satanism beneath the banks it makes it riskier. gerri: i agree with you 100 percent. gerri: coming up next, more special coverage of the real real-estate story. albrecht on the pros and cons of the housing market right now and why you should not let recent history scare you away. stay with us. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] how could switchgrass in argentina, change engineering in dubai, aluminum production in south africa, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. we all work remotely so this is a big deal, our first full team gathering! i wanted to call on a few people. ashley, ashley marshall... here. since we're often all on the move, ashley suggested we use fedex office to hold packages for us. great job. 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[splash!] making the big romantic gesture. that's powerful. verizon. get a nokia lumia 822 in red for free. reporting on the return of the housing market. newark's city market is booming one selling at $10 million. dolly took us on a two or of one home and shares of great advice of many a price point*. >> you've been in the business 25 years. is this a recovery. >> not full-blown we will still have surprise is possibly negative. if we don't get our employment act together with the prospect of jobs, if they think they will lose their job, most people are not buying homes. gerri: jobs and housing are linked no doubt about that. who is buying? >> everybody. movie stars, athletes company in the chinese, russian, everywhere wants a bite of the big apple. gerri: this apartment is swanky whether they're looking for? >> primarily location and location location. primus fifth avenue commandeer all private schools simic said jackie o. reservoir and she lived right there. in the middle of everything wonderful. gerri: who lived here? >> mariah carey, rush limbaugh, he had a similar apartment a couple floors down, we have had many celebrities in the building. gerri: and you have a vice? >> be careful. the right price, the right property, that you are not dealing or you lose. have a long time horizon. gerri: this market, you have specific advice? >> don't rush with a second bid, don't fall in love, and make it a match deal. gerri: $60 million. >> this is a bargain, at i have been to parties here over 100 people with a table set up and it was going. gerri: i have never received -- a scene in eat-in kitchen >> it is comfortable. >> with the window. >> master bedroom, the owner is very tall. [laughter] >> also a second bath. >> right across from each other his theaters. if you got the 30 year mortgage, 4% interest, you are paying $60,000 a month does none include taxes are monthly charges then it is 70,000 per month what particulars are they looking for? >> sap profile, families, profile, families, children, pets, a lot of buildings are not pet friendly. >> this does have a restriction the size of the dog in the number of dogs. gerri: under a certain weight? >> maybe 40 pounds. >> my dog would have to go on a direct. this is beautiful. >> thank you. gerri: market and to its own that cost over $10,000 per month in taxes before you touch the mortgage. home prices are skyrocketing with some areas seeing bigger booms. number five, austin, texas. with the highest job growth rates in the country with more than 21 construction permits per 1,000 people. number four, san antonio. median price per square footage $88. one of the fastest building countries -- cities. number three less than three homes in foreclosure for every 1,000 units in maryland. number two san francisco prices are already high up nine point* 5% since 2011. number one, houston texas the highest job growth rate in the country, business and commercial real-estate booming. seattle, omaha, louisville seattle, omaha, louisville, let's just move to texas. stayed tune for lou dobbs and a deal could go for the real story on real estate. the father on the toyota pre-is comes down on electric cars in chicago electric cars in chicago cops say the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone likes 50% more... 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[laughter] it is such a great wine. the numbers last year nissan thought they would sell 20,000 of the knees on the if but they sold 10,000 but ford sold 60,000 of the f-series pickup they sold more pickups in six days than nissan sold in one year. [laughter] gerri: the president wanted to put those cars on the road but no such luck. but now you are writing about wind energy? >> last week "wall street journal" i talked about fish and wildlife service is charged with protecting america's wildlife, is contemplating giving a permit to allow a project in minnesota to kill all the goals. gerri: what are you talking about? >> nor can hunters it is a fine of a quarter of million dollars, it is a national symbol, the great seal since '72 but fish and wildlife service under direction has not prosecuted though we in the industry one time all they estimate 400,000 birds are being killed and nine golden eagles have been killed in sort -- southern california. gerri: this seems crazy. if i cannot kill one neither should the wind industry. >> exactly. in this case the interior department has created a favored class of energy producers. the ada to give a permit to kill a bald eagles and now it could last 30 years. there has been a remarkable backlash for the third year permit the groups that have been united and it is a bad idea it should be killed. gerri: have a great weekend. you ever wish you could be paid for checking werke males at home? chicago cops have a lawsuit claiming the city owes police officers overtime for work performed after duty and of these meal has this case it sounds like a union problem. >> right. that many say we go home in greece still get these urgent e-mail's we feel we have to respond. but the police have a policy that say if you do spend a lot of time, you can apply for overtime. they say it was a culture we should not apply but the policy says they can and will be paid. gerri: everybody can relate because people are told to work for free. >> i don't agree they are a salaried employees. we will check our blackberry , that is part of the job to make sure we're in communication. it is a time saver we don't have to be in the place, doing legal research from these devices. if you really don't want to be in communication, i turn it off. [laughter] gerri: i had no reception. you are an attorneyou bill 30 hours per day. >> a bill in six minute increments if i think about you in the shower, that is a six minute increments there is the portal to portal act restart where you get to work you cannot bill for that time but lawyers can bill for that time. gerri: and you are to sneaky [laughter] have a great weekend. on this day in history, 1971 the nasdaq open for the first time a computer bulletin board system, the first day of trading the nasdaq system traded more than 2500 stocks and helped deliver the spread. today the composite index has a stock of every company including apple, of this book, microsoft, e. bay, it has more tading volume than any other electric stock exchange in the world in a market cap of four point* $5 trillion. in your city is open today, a figure eight, 42 years ago. new york city turning into a nanny state and an icon in the industry iman joins me. don't gerri: in fashion and new weekly report profiling the entertainment industry the first guest is a super model turned a businesswoman and a one time for sludgy and calvin klein and built the entire empire herself cosmetics, home decor and clothing and accessories fishy will show tonight. of fox business exclusive interview, a iman. >> welcome. >> i love this set. >> our viewers know you and have watched you and i think of the first model something else and go into business. what is your inspiration. >> a new it was a business with a short shelf life so what is next? instead of waiting for things to happen that is how it came up bought -- about. first it was cosmetics from my heart and passion is fashion. gerri: we will get to the products but those years, on the runway, magazine covers covers, you last modeled 1996 which seems impossible. >> is as glamorous as they say but a lot of hard work, a lot of traveling, you don't build relationships or french ships and less in the industry because you're constantly traveling. but it is funded very glamorous. gerri: this is your own empire what about the line? >> five years ago ceo of home-shopping network came to see me to create a brand because i believe women cannot have enough accessories. so slowly to build fashionable designers and brands. so we have global check and the platinum collection it is all under $100 you can wear it to right now to look like the best of them but less than $100 the platinum collection is higher and the best of leather and suede and for, a very, very sophisticated. gerri: what about your web site? >> destination iman.com everything fashion fashion, accessories, home fashion, accessories, home, children, aged well, take care of yourself, this month's issue we celebrate new york fashion week so we cover that so i will send my staff there. gerri: we can follow life and times by going to the web site. your products, the necklace necklace, the about this. >> this is exactly what this is, but you can wear it with addresses, t-shirts, a point* of interest. gerri: yours is beautiful. >> this is sold out hsn.com. gerri: i cannot believe what people spend on bags. white you think they are important? >> you can put color into your wardrobe it is an easy way. with calibrated is and 100 percent leather and less than $140. it is done in an and forgiving. i cannot live without a trenchcoat but this is a color block with a trench. gerri: you have designed everything. >> exactly. >> what part of the world had you not tackled? >> new zealand. that is next. gerri: great to have you. we will be right back with the answer to the question of the day is your home and investment? my mother made the best toffee in the world. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. never really thought i would make money doing what i love. [ robert ] we created legalzoom to help people start their business and launch their dreams. go to legalzoom.com today and make your business dream a reality. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. and make your business dream a reality. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. gerri: robert schiller declares housing is not an investment. i disagree. what do you think? >> no. it is where i live, nothing more. >> better than the stock market even with the reduction, housing will make a comeback. >> 71 percent say yes. 29 percent say no. >> talk about america being unsafe, not the number of guns were americans who own them but the dollar, a debt and weak foreign policy
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charles: number three in video -- video lighting up twitter. years and you're saying obamacare has made us look weak to the world is on the matter of time. >> number three days to be eliminated and people freed by any means necessary. >> unapt on the rear of a hippo waiting to be swatted a size. >> number three is a definite threat. i guess so scary it is a threat. liz: we'll be back here tomorrow to see how it all works out. "money" with is melissa is next. melissa: i'm melissa francis. here is what is upon any tonight. millions more will lose employee health insurance than first promised in fact twice as money. courtesy of obamacare. what other surprises did the cbo unearth? you will be as shocked as we were. >>> the u.s. has spent billions to keep egypt on our side. shouldn't wed be buying better friends? the fallout could reshape the middle east and we've got details. >>> the plot thickens for baseball's latest steroid scandal. it is not alex rodriguez link to a miami steroids clinic. more baseball stars are forced to speak out. what is the cost to their endorsements in the league? a former world series champion will give us his take. even when they say it's not it is always about money. melissa: all right, first tonight, the bombshell hidden within the congressional budget office's new report. the first shocker, flies in the face of president obama's claim. >> no matter what you've heard, if you like your doctor or health care plan, you can keep it. melissa: well, not really. the cbo always expected some people would get bumped off their plans. now it projects that number is actually double the august estimate of 4 million people. now, looking more like 7 to 8 million americans will lose their benefits trat work. here to help us sort all this out,r. peter morici and dr. lee van nokia cure from louisiana sleeve period of time. the from the beginning the math never added up, right. >> no it never really added up. health insurae will be much more expensive. employers will let go, pay the penalty and have their employees into the state exchanges and buy their own insurance. in some places that's what the employees want. restaurants that have a lot of young wait staff and so forth, they don't want to be forced to buy health insurance. melissa: lee, is this a surprise to you? or is it a surprise you that the number keeps moving? >> no, it's not a surprise this would happen and the problem with these exchanges, i have a friend who is an executive at, at a health insurance company and they're just pulling their hair out because they're so heavily regulated, these exchanges, it's making the products so expensive, that they don't even know who is going to be able to afford . and like we said, if you have guaranteed issue, with no preexisting condition, you can just wait until you're sick, pay the penalty and wait until you' sick and need insurance. it's going to be a real mess up. melissa: you know what, lee. that actually brings up a lot of points or a specific point that i heard from a lot of people which is that employers are already starting to figure out how much it is going to cost and begin the process of kicking people off the health care plans. but the exchanges are not set up. so there is a short-term disconnect where people may find themselves without insurance and they have nowhere to go. do you think that is really possible? >> i think there's a lot of states are starting and trying to set up the exchanges but you're right, there are so many regulations in the exchanges, the health insurance companies aren't really sure what to do. they're trying to make products right now and some of them aren't ready. and then you talk about, well, okay, some people might qualify for expanded medicaid but right now you can't even find doctors that will take medicaid. melissa: right. >> so it will be a big issue. there aren't even enough doctors to cover everybody. melissa: yh, peter, this is the part that i didn't get. everything about what we wanted to do, mae, you know was for good reason but it was going to cost more. you wanted to cover people who had preexisting conditions. you wanted to add people on to their parents insurance that were up to 26 years old. i mean youant to cover all kind of things that weren't covered before, all those things have cost. when you said, well, that will drive up the cost of health care, they would say no, the savings will come from no one using the e.r. or whatever the skies was. is there any w to work out the math so it wouldn't be more expensive? >> no this, there is no way to work ut the math. remember the obamacare was a campaign bill than a health bill. reproductive services and so forth, this thing was carefully crafted to be politically acceptable but economically dysfunctional. it just doesn't make much sense. and it is not going to make many more sense. i have the mind cbo is underestimating the employers that will drop people. there is a lot of pushback from employees they don't want to have to pay for a significant share of a very expensive health care plan. melissa: so then what is their choice at that point? if your cost goes up, which clearly, some people are already seeing that this year in their paychecks as health care costs go up and more of their paycheck is gone paying for it, what is their choice if they don't want to pay for it? >> i think we've already started to see some of it. families behave very strategically. one spouse tries to find a job with lower pay and a lot of benefits. the other spouse tries to find a job where there are no health care benefits but more reasonably reenumerated. you see that a lot in the restaurant industry. a lot of restaurant jobs where really isn't any health care and employees don't want it. i've spoken to restaurant owners that tried to initiate health care programs and the employees don't want them. melissa: lee, i don't know, that sound pretty efficient. if somebody is, trying to divide your family in a strategic way, what's wrong with that? >> well i think, and first ofll i do want to take exception, emergency care and emergency services are only 2% of all health care costs. so it is true that will be a savings but, you know, i think it's a real issue. and right now people that have insurance, it's another form of sort of cost shifting because people that have insurance, their premiums are going up. they're getting bigger co-pays. you know, they have bigger deductibles. and finally, they're going to price themselves out. and, it's, and i don't think the insurance companies are ready to make these products. melissa: yeah. okay. >> so, the e.r. will always be there for everyone. melissa:e'll leave it there. thanks for coming on. we appreciate it. more startling news out of the cbo report, cutting the deficit will grow the economy. they quantified that, it will really happen. look a chart showing three different scenarios that could happen. if we add to the deficit we'll see a bump in gross national product in the short-term but the economy could take a major hit in the long run. if we cut the deficit we see a major bump 10 years, down the road. look at that even though the economy will take a hit in the short term. when it comes to the deficit, shouldn't we focus on the long game here i'm wondering? here with more is former director of the congressional budget office, douglas holtz-eakin. thanks so much for joining us. >> thank you. melissa: i was so excited the cbo finally went out and quantified this and tried to illustrate it to people. anytime you try to make the case we should cut spending short term to help our children down the road or ourselves depending how long you are, people poo-poo that is not like real math s that real math we saw on the bar charts? >> that is real math and the second example of that real math is what the cbo put out which says, suppose you do nothing? well, then we have a fault turf bad growth. their long-term growth rate for the u.s. has been marked down from 2 1/2% a year ago to 2.2%. and that's testimony to a staggering debt burden this economy is bearing. whether you look at it as the bad news, or what we have now or the good news what happens if we take action the math is the math and we can grow more rapidly than we are. melissa:hy is that the case? what is it that happens? what are the mechanicses in the economy? if you cut the deficit what does that free up? why do we see that growth? >> first and foremost you take of the table the potential in the future one of two very bad things will happen. either we do nothing which in case we run into a gree greek-style crisis. trust me if you're a business trying to expand or locate in the u.s. that is not a very appealing future that is not pro-growth policy. you say we'll not do that. it takes off the table future tax increases. once you spend the money you will pay for it one way or another. if you cut the spending you say, you know we'll have a more efficient government, less costly government. it will not be run by taxes. it will not have a lot of debt. that is a better pro-growth environment. the private sector will drive this growth and that is the key to making it more productive. melissa: you look in the same report, it says by 2023 our deficit is going to be or our debt will be $26 trillion. 26 trillion, 16 trillion. they're both like monopoly numbers that don't really exist in the real world. why should we care about that? >> historically when countries get above 90% of their economy size, 90% of gdp they're in the danger zone where they grow more slowly, they get into financial trouble. we're at 100% right now. $16 trillion economy. $16 trillion in debt. roll the clock 10 years from now, same thing, $26 trillion economy, 26 trillion in debt. what the cbo is saying we can do nothing and live the next 10 years in perpetual potential crisis and with bad growth. that's a very big price to pay. melissa: do you think that's one of the reasons we're seeing slow growth right now? >> i think there is question about it. i think we benefit from being serious about this. quite frankly, melissa, we don't have to have the bad news up front. if we were take care of some big spending programs that will really blow up at the end of the decade, medicare, medicaid, affordable care act which will be very expensive, social security, it will be no near term austerity. this year we won't cut senior benefits. we take care of the debt problem. melissa: all these bills seem like they're free because chinese are buying so much of our debt. interest rates are low, and it doesn't seem like much of a problem. what would be happening today that wouldn't be happening if we didn't have this huge spending overhang? >> if we doesn't have the huge spending overhang we would be best looking horse in the glue fact at this -- factory which we are financing cheaply, we would be a good-looking horse really and we would have the capacity to attract business headquarters here. we lost the vast majority of headquarter companies. they're going elsewhere. we would would have the abity to attract companies that sell to the developing world. we would establish our global presence and cement it for the 21st century. right now we're hanging on but we're not really building the foundation for future economic growth. that could happen if we had a better environment. melissa: that's it right there we're barely hanging on. we're not building anything for the future. doug, thanks for coming on. always good stuff appreciate it. >> thank you. melissa: turn to today's market moment. investors took a breather from the market run-up a worries about political instability in europe. still a choppy session for ocks. the dow and s&p 500 squeaked out slight gains with the nasdaq falling three points. >>> next on "money", our debt piles higher and higher by the day but a budget from president obama is nowhere in sight. he missed the deadline for his fourth year. why? we're going to explain that coming up. >>> plus the post office waves bye-bye to saturday delivery but does the drastic step to cut costs go far enough? congressman darrell issa joins us with reaction. more "money" coming up officemax is celebrating our new collaboration with go daddy! with an online package including: domain name, website builder with five pages and basic email just $49.99! that's up to 76 percent below online providers and only at officemax stores! melissa: so we are narrowly avoiding cliff after fiscal cliff. you would think passing a budget would on the president's top priority. nope, think again. it has been 1379 days since the last budget was psed in 2009. the white house is officially late with its budget proposal again, for the fourth time in five years. it is astonishing given concerns about our country's fiscal situation. joining me now is congressman marsha blackburn who is on the house budget committee. welcome back to the show. >> good to be with you. melissa: let's talk about procedure here. what is supposed to happen? the president is supposed to come up with budget and turn it over to congress, right? >> that is exactly right. he is to lay out his budget and you know, melissa, a budget is a statement of the nation's priorities. so we're not getting that and here we are, he is late again. so it throws the eire process off pace and of course the house has to pass a budget by april 15th and, as you know, we passed a no budget, no pay a couple weeks ago to make certain that the senate finally takes up a house-passed budget. they don't pass it, they're not going to get a paycheck. melissa: what do you do procedurally if he doesn't hand one over? can you do one of your own and turn it over? what is your options? >> that is what we're going to have to do. under the direction of paul ryan, who is chairman of the budget committee, they ll get to work. they will get baseline numbers from the cbo and i imagine in the next couple weeks they will start laying out a process and allow the house budget committee to do its work, to work with the standing committees and to make certain we do have a spending plan for this nation. we're wanting to get us back on the road to fiscal health. and you know, we would wish that the president shared that desire with us. melissa: obviously it is a strategy. it is not like he is not turning in his senior thesis in time. he is not working on his homework or doesn't have anyone sitting around with a calculator that could help him. clearly this is a strategy. what does he gain by stalling not doing anything? >> that is a question that a lot of americans are asking because they realize that --. melissa: but you're there. you know the answer. what's the answer? >> well we don't, we don't know what he thinks that he gains by doing this because people are tired of the trillion dollar plus deficits every year. they want to see this nation on a spending plan. they want the out of control spending to stop. so if you would think the president as the leader, the commander-in-chief, would see it as item number one, to lay out that statement of priorities, and to get that budget done. melissa: is there an advantage if you don't go first, that you get to throw toe meat toes whoever goes first and say their plan is bad for america? i'm trying to figure out what the advantage is? is it like showing your hand last? >> i don't know what they think the advantage is. what we think is the imperative, as, that we have a budget that is going to come into balance and be able to do that with within a 10-year period of time. the last budget the president brought forward it didn't come into balance for another 40 years. people are saying, look, we've got to do better than this. you can't keep running up the debt. you can't keep running the numbers off the credit card. sooner or later you've got to say the out of control spending stops. let's live within our means. that is what, that is what the american people are wanting to see. and we'll get to work on it. with or without the white house weighing in. melissa: is there a chance to get control of the situation to turn it around? for people that aren't in washington they watch from the sidelines and they see the deficit blow out of control and they see the cbo report which is, really lays out where the country is headed ife continue to spd in this direction and frankly we blame everybody in washington because we say someone needs to stand up and take control and get this thing back on track. foreget the fact we voted for you all so we're as much to blame as anyone else. seriously americans sit at home and get frustrated. so you're getting the blame too. is there any way to take control of the situation and turn it around? >> that's what we will do, again. house republicans will bring forward a budget. we will pass that budget. we will send it to the senate and we'll do what we've done in the past, melissa, which is no gimmicks. we're telling you the truth. this is what the situation is. this is what we think needs to be done in order to address it. and, to restore a spending plan, a predictable, respectful spending plan. seniors are depending on it for benefits that they have prepaid. and that they have earn and rightfully deserve. you have g small businesses and families that want to make certain that their taxes don't go up. melissa: right. >> they want some certainty and predictability. small businesses, manufacturing companies are saying we want some certainty from regulations. and, this already requires that you have that budget that, spending plan, that blueprint. melissa: without question. >> someone to guide us. melissa: it is mind-boggling to all of us. >> yes indeed. thank you. melissa: coming up on "money", neither rain nor snow nor sleet will stop the postman but saturdays, the post office is dumping saturday delivery to save money. may not be enough to stay financially float. congressman darrell issa joins us with reaction. with friend like eye get who needs enemies? iran and egypt cozy up so why are we still egypt's sugar daddy? we have details on a huge power play by iran. do you have ever have too much snail mail? ♪ . ♪ . melissa: so saturday might soon be a sad day for the united states postal service. the usps announcing a new plan to cut home mail delivery to just five days a week that could start as soon as this summer. it would be a start to end the bleeding. the post office lost $16 billion last year alone and still continues to lose 25 million a day. it is questionable whether congress will okay the deal. even if it does pass, would the annual 2 billion in savings from cutting saturdays really help the struggling snail mail service? congressman darrell issa is chairman of the house oversight and government reform committee, nice to have you on the show. let me ask you, a lot of people saying the pomaster general didn't have the authority to go ahead and do this. the president said he just heard about it yesterday. can he do this. >> absolutely. it is an independent agency and i have reviewed congress's instructions and it simply says he will maintain the level of service available in the 1980s. he is doing that. there is no question that some things have to cost more, but understand, for all your viewers, every american home will have the opportunity to have either a letter or a package received on saturday. the difference now is, it will be priority mail. it will pay a little more for that saturday service but not only does it save $2 billion for the post office, it is the beginning of saying we need to individualize service. we need to do the right service on the right day on the right way. melissa: it is a beginning and it is just the beginning especially if you look at the losses. they lost $16 billion last year. it was triple what they lost the year before, 25 million a day. they expect to save $2 billion with this move. some say that is ambitious is. it will not even add up to that much. what else should be doing? >> first of all they will not only save the two billion but increase the volume in priority mail but will have a net revenue increase but the other things they need to do, you and i all receive more and more packages than ever before. the post office has to reconfigure itself to be the best package delivery company because that's the area that there's growth. melissa: i absolutely agree. that area is up 14% in the past two years, like you said. while in the past 10 years snail mail is down 10%. should they get rid of some of that service? should they charge a whole lot more for snail mail? what do you think the answer is there? >> it will be a little of both. yes the cost of a first class letter could go up a little. let's understand there are 37 million homes in america where a package is left on the stoop, rather than put into a secure mailbox. as the post office seeks to change that, they will save about $5 billion by delivering to the curb in a cluster box, rather than to the chute. so it is a win, win for the consumer. we have a lot of areas which the postmaster and congress agree the changes have to happen and they will. last year the postmaster cut a lot of costs. to cut more beyond this move will take congressional action. we need to work with the postmaster to get the essential service to break even. melissa: you're absolutely right about that. when you look at it, 80% of the costs come from labor. that is the problem. you have to shrink the size of labor at the post office and some of the benefits that they're getting. do you think, does congress have the appetite to do that and really make big changes in those labor costs? >> well i've got good news for you. the average age of a postal worker is 59. so it is not about laying off people. it is about simply encouraging people to retire, and making sure you do not need to replace them with a new worker. that is something that these kind of efficiencies can do. and it is a big part of what congress has to do, minimize the number of post offices. maximize the number of service. reconfigure per packages. ma sure there are secured delivery systems. we do all of that and the important delivery service --. melissa: retirement cost, what you said scott sort of scares me because retirement cost are a big part of the problem. pension and health care for retirees something people point do as the biggest overhang. they want to not fully fund that plan to save money. more people retiring, i don't know, it doesn't seem like it will solve the problem, congressman. >> you have a good point. except for the 11 billion the postal service defaulted on, they're fully funded into the system. they have been paying as you go just as all of us do in social security and medicare for health care and their retirement. so when these individuals retire into what is called fers today, the federal employee retirement system. it is fully funded. they come off the payroll of the post office and draw into the pension they have been paying into. these changes, these reductions in force will right size the post office. you fade another point. there are other things that need to be worked on. the cost of health care. the postmaster asked for more authority on single bid for health care, dramatic i reducing costs for 500,000 workers. that is something that congress has to let him do and let him show it will save money. melissa: you're so right about that. congressman, thanks for coming on. we appreciate your time. >> my pleasure. thank you. melissa: here is our "money" question of the day, would you get a post office box to keep six-day delivery. we like to hear from you. facebook/melissafrancisfox or follow me on twitter @melissaafrancis. >>> an alliance forms between egypt and iran that could turn the middle east on its head. should congress cut off money to egypt. >>> first it was a-rod. the mlb is involved in a new steroid scandal. will it cost millions in endorsements and ruin baseball's push for more money. melissa: friends forever? historic trip iran's president arrived in egypt marking the first visit to cairo by an iranian leader in more than three decades. iran is calling for a strategic alliance with egypt extending the nation a big line of credit. not everyone is happen about this. an irrate egyptian threw a shoe at ahmadinejad nearly hitting him. did you see this? where does this leave us. we have a fox news contributor. great to have you back on the show. the shoe strikes again. this happened to george w. bush in 2008. i think he was in iraq though. is this a trend. >> it is humerous for us but inthe arab world it is a huge disgrace to throw a shoe at somebody particularly on a trip like this where ahmadinejad was hoping to rerekindle this relationship that has been estranged. melissa: it seems like iran has come to the table with a big check, and egypt is accepting it? >> they haven't accepted --. melissa: hasn't happen yet, yeah. >> they might accept it because their economy is in shambles. that is to think about why revolutions happy in first place. people are hungry. economy, the country can't sustain the huge population that keeps growing. obviously tourism is a huge moneymaker for the egyptians. it is not the most desirable place to visit that is loss as well. they might say yes. melissa: what would stop them from saying yes. >> would estrange them from aid and military hope we're giving them but what the iranian regime is basically doing, you're petting this help from the americans. we're willing to offer you the same. you don't have to kiss up to the americans. you don't have to follow the mubarak foreign policy record. you can actually do your own thing and iranian regime is seeing an opportunity to have a hand in bringing egypt in on their team. melissa: so how do you think that plays out? if they go in and offer the them the exact same support, who would they choose? >> well it depends on exactly how they want to go forward. remember the shoe throwing. what does that symbolize? at the core you have clerics also in egypt and morsi regime is obviously muslim brotherhood. they are very religious. they don't see the geopolitical advances here as a priority. they might see the sunni, shiite rivalry being more important. this trip was a slap in the face to the u.s. who is offering all this help to egypt there is also, the clerics have been repicking ahmadinejad and iranian regime you can't extend this shiite agenda throughout the region. melissa: we're not super popular there either. >> no, we're not. melissa: i don't know, are we necessarily anymore popular? >> this is the wake-up call for the americans, the u.s. administration. we have to realize that iran, obviously the regime, has its own agenda. and now egypt is not the egypt that it used to be. why did we offer egypt aid in the first place? in '78 president carter gave them aid, military aid to incentivize them being a peace keeper in the region, right? they helped out with the camp david accords which led to peace between israel and egypt. but they're not behaving the same way. we'll not give them the same aid when they're not behaving same way and actually cozying up to the enemy. melissa: my question was, iran is supposed to be squeezed so tight with the inflation and they have somehow $1.6 billion to give egypt. >> they offered them a credit line. melissa: what does that mean? they're giving them oil and natural gas or something? >> iranian regime said we're tight on sanctions, another slap in the face to the u.s. we're offering them this money because we got around the sanctions. they're basically saying --. melissa: not hurting us. not a big deal? >> the bottom line it is not huing them as badly as we want. not stopping them from the nuclear agenda. melissa: this is very tricky. we don't wan to look like we're caving to intimidation, what is the appropriate u.s. response? >> the u.s. is saying we've been offering all this aid. we expect a certain level of behavior. we don't want you to, you know, basically have a new chapr and follow, things have changed basically. that is the wake-up call here. melissa: i know. thank you so much. appreciate the information. lot to chow on there. time now for today's fuel gauge report. natural gas sees it climb for the third straight day. colder temperatures are forecast for the coming week. a major snowstorm is expected to slam the northeast this weekend. the forecasts are raising expectations for natural gas demand. fracking is the second biggest source of u.s. greenhouse gases. according to a new report by the epa but power plant emissions easily eclipse fracking. the study find power plants produce 10 times more carbon dioxide. bashar al-assad's -- saudi arabia oil production produced just over nine million barrels of crude a day in january. that is occurredding to reuters. melissa: coming up on "money", a-rod may have just been the beginning. more baseball stars are linked to a shady steroid clinic miami. will the growing scandal take a bat to their endorsement and tarnish the game's image once again? 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>> all of the hoopla with gun laws as a result of the second amendment written how long ago? were there semite automatic guns back then did anybody think founding fathers may have written it differently for these weapons back then? >> i havnot heard changing day right to bear arms but just the kind. >> perhaps gun control advocates can explain how chicago with the stringent laws on the planet had more than 500 homicides 2012. gerri: mayor bloomberg strikes again and you began to take effect, a first the soda on what kind of cups you can use, announcing backing a styrofoam base and and says it will get in your closer to his goal of recycling one-third of the trash. restaurant owners up in arms feeling attacked. you are our mayor not r daddy. you have got to stop. that is my $0.2. have a great weekend. >> good evening, we are now looking at pictures of a live shot of boston expected to be the epicenter of the blizzard hitting this our most bracing for the effect of the potentially deadly blizzard some areas expecting 3 feet of snow we will have full coverage. among the stories vice president by then declares the government has the power to decide what kind of guns citizens may own. we will examine the historic role in the obamacare obtain and chicago police show a worsening wave of crime and now the murder capital of america, police asking for the 12 percent raise. but we will begin with a massive snowstorm affecting 50 million people blizzard warnings are in effect means through new york city in some locations are expecting between two and 3 feet and not expected to dissipate until sunday. officials asking everyone but the essential public workers to remain at home and governors of new york york, massachusetts and connecticut and rhode island already declared states of emergency, widespread power failures are expected including flooding in the high tide, airlines have canceled 4,000 flights through sunday and amtrak has suspended all train service until further notice any urologists are comparing this to the 130 years ago, 1978 -- 30 years ago ago, 27 inches in providence and the aftermath was devastating. that killed 99 people and more than 4500 were injured. the impact was so widespread that president carter declared federal disaster areas sending in the national guard was cleanup it caused half a billion dollars in damages. we have a team coverage tonight, the brady -- braving though whether. starting in the york city. >> y asked me earlier if i was ready, fortunately i am but the warnings came out two days ago. if you don't have it by now now, it's too late. no better picture than this literally covering the entire northeast corridor. although many people got what they needed groceries, prescriptions, gu est in their car, it will be treacherous, and the airlines are not traveling anywhere, 5,000 flights canceled and the impact will be felt for days to come. amtrak shuts down early this afternoon leaving travelers stranded and advising people tuesday point*. there is concern they get it right, governor cuomo had this to say. >> the new york power authority has extra personnel on duty to help with power outages. this is a serious, severe winter storm, we just went through a terrible storms with hurricane sandy, not anticipating anything like that, that is the good news. >> the national guard is out. people should check the elderly to make sure people are okay. charge your cellphone now and take it seriously, possibly for the record books. lou: reporting from midtown manhattan, now let's go to boston, mali, there is the travel ban? >> there is quite a few cars it has gotten so much rse the wind has picked up in and this note if people did not know about the ban by thistime people are really staying off the road i in place for non-essential, not even become a firefighter firefighter, the medical field, a plow driver than the governor asks to stay home and don't contribute to any problems leading to first responders having to work. you could face or jail time. this is a historic storm come up to 3 feet of snow, high wind, power outages, low visibility. also high tide expected 10:00 p.m. tonight especially those in end low-lying areas. >> listen to directions from public officials if you are in a coastal area if you were advised to evacuate, do so quickly because water can rise quickly. >> also getting reports around the region expected to get worse overnight to and most people will be hunkered down, tomorrow the governor and other employees could assess the damage to get the power lines back up and running. to checkout neighborhoods and be careful they don't know what is under the snow and the possibility wires could be covered. lou: the wind is starting to pick up. what is the governor's plan when the storm comes to my clothes? >> assess damage. right now six or 7 inches they could easily have another foot or 16 inches to figure where to put the snow. these numbers have not been seen for decades. if people do stay off the roads, the plows, utility workers can get to where they need to be, hopefully getting lights and heat turned back on as quickly as possible. lou: molly at the epicenter in boston. the storm is strengthening, let's go to our weather center with fox news meteorologist coming he is not ready but we will go back in just a moment. and the comparison to this superstorm of 1978 is based on the geographical area, i do stand now rick is ready. >> the main event is about ready to get going. the big coastal storm that is strengthening, it it will pull in the energy of the other system they will get together to see a rapid strengthening to see the snowfall rates really increase. yellow and red is heavy rainfall -- rainfall but then will be a snowfall with the band that will be the heaviest, notice this break with new jersey and new york there is heavy snow to come back and within the next hour we will fill this id and will become also no. very cold into tomorrow and that slush on the ground is freezing with snow on top of it. by tomorrow afternoon everybody here cold temperatures, of windy and cold night tomorrow with a long stretch to see bad travel conditions, a sunday is a better -- better day and monday will help a little bit with 40 degrees. lou: and already looks better behind you. any adjustments of snowfall? >> all along the on the big question is toward the york city some 30 inches we are right on that line so york will get another seven or 8 inches but we will see those individual areas with e b3 feet totals. lou: that is a lot of snow we will keep updated on the wicked whether. president did farewell to leon panetta one day after he testified to congress the president was a wall the ♪ making the big romantic gesture. that's powerful. verizon. get a nokia lumia 822 in red for free. i ed you. i feel so alone. but you're not alone. i knew you'd come. like i could stay away. you know i can't do this without you. you'll never have to. you're always there for me. shh! i'll get you a rental car. i could also use an umbrella. fall in love with progressive's claims service. >> the nasdaq at the highest close since november of 2,000, and volume down to 2.9 billion shares. the dow jones industrials breaking the five week win streak, and s&p and nasdaq, however, squeed out gaining exteemedding the winning streak to six weeks. this is the first six week winning streak for the s&p since 1971. linkedin with an all-time high, up 21%. aol up 7.5%, apple up 1.5%, and crude and oil closer lower, oil, the worst weakly performance since the end of november. ten-year treasury unchanged, a yield of 1 #.95%. well, here on fox business, we've been focusing on the real estate story throughout the day as the housing market recovers. we've been spotlighting homes for sale across the country to give you an idea of what's happening in various parts of the country including some very high end homes. looking at a 2.4 billion property getting you a 1900 square foot apartment, 20% down, and the monthly mortgage payment is $7,000 plus $1500 in monthly property taxes, properties of all prices and places fascinate the next guest who expects the market to make a strong contribution to economic growth this year. joining us is dr. lawrence, senior vice president of research for the national association of realtors. good to have you with us. >> good evening. lou: this market looks like it's really recovering. give us a sense, as best you n, how strong it is nationwide. >> well, the strength of the recovery is much stronger than many people anticipated, and we are asically seeing the housing start up roughly 25% from one year before, and i think that for 2013, it could be a bigger increase because we are encountering some housing shortage. home sales running roughly 10% higher from one year before, and the inventory level came down to a 13-year low level, and because of the low draw down in inventory, one is seeing a consistent price increases, and these price increases have added $1 trillion to household wealth who are homeowners. lou: well, adding a trillion dollars, we still got a ways to go in this market to g us back to, well, pre-2008 levels. the idea that this -- that we're seeing this resurgence though, is it -- you talk about low inventory. do we have low inventory across all price ranges, or is it isolated? >> it is predominantly in the lower price range because what has happenedded is that given the very low yield on cash return, money sitting at the bank or people buying bonds, many of the investors have turned towards rental income, and for rental income, they are looking for the signaler sized home, more of a bargain price. it is more of an acute shortage of inventory on the lowwr price ends. on the upper end, the market was a buyer's market one year ago, but now roughly in balance, but primarily on the lower price end where investors came in, all cash, not doing the mortgage, all cash, coming in, scooping up the properties. lou: now all cash works better, if you will, at the top end of the market where one expects that kind of money, but for those who are looking for homes at the lower end of the market, they need credit, and that credit we keep hearing stories of how constricted, still, credit is for those who need it to buy a home. >> you are absolutely right. the credit condition is still overly stringent. if you look at the credit scores of those approved on a loan, it is much higher than even under normal years. less discount in the bubble years, lax underwriting or undocumented loans. compared to ten years ago, normal underwriting standards, today, the credit score requirement is tighter and somewhat puzzling giving the huge cash reserve that the banking industry is holding on to. now, they are saying there's too much lawsuit, regulatory uncertainty holding back some of the lending potential, but you had many potentially good renters, financially qualified renters who could become homeowners and participate in the house wealth buildup, yet, they are denied a mortgage and, rather, you have investors who already own a home scooping up those bargain properties. lou: lawrence, thank you for being with us. we appreciate it. >> thank you. lou: up next, the president's choice to run the cia defending the obama administration's drones and targeted killings. leading attorneys join us to tell us where is the constitution in all of this? 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>> well, first of all, this is not really the first time the iranian regime sent shipments of weapons as far as yemen, northern yemen. they went, imagine all i way through iran to the arabian peninsula, the international waters to get ton an enclave in northern yemen, far from the gulf where we are upposed to be containing them, and that is telling about what iran is doing. that is telling us that or containment policy, the sanctions that we have right now are not really detouring the iranians. it's in bahrain, uae, iraq, and even in other countries in the red sea area. lou: and, of course, it is nothing new, as you say irrespective of the distance traveled issue and it was a short distance from teheran to baghdad, but in that span, we know iranians were killing american troops and did so throughout the war. there was no response. how can it be that a super power, this country, would allow such travesty without response? whether it's the bush administration or the obama administration. >> the problem, lou, is that under the bush administration, it was basically putting pressure on the iranians. we were present in iraq. we tried to contain hezbollah. we had u.n. resolutions against hezbollah and lebanon. it was not efficient. in the obama administration, there's disengagement, connect the dots, sending away from the gulf half of the task force, sending messages to the leadership of the iranians not to reform, but to engage with us. we are not helping the iraqis who are rising against iranian influence. iran is sending weapons and also its own guarded in syria to help crush its own opposition. while we are claiming our sanctions are working, iran is all over the map, and more recently, lou, two things. iranian navy has facilities on the coast in the ports on the red sea, and port sudan. their navy crushed the suez canal wh the help of the muslim brotherhood in egypt. it's problematic now. >> whatyou are saying is that the united statesnational security architecture is incapable of formulating a response to the adventurism, if you will, of iran and the extent of itself interest in the region. if that's the case, it's beyond the political dgments made by this president. it goes much deeper, much broader than that the way i hear you describing it. >> oh, absolutely, lou. look, the decision already made in the past four years to engage the iranian leadership, and that decision has a price. they think that if you want to engage them, you will not confront them anymore. you will not confront them in syria, iraq, bahrain, and yes , ma'am, -- yemen, and elsewhere. there's a direct threat in venezuela, mexico, and elsewhere so the result of the policy with regard to iran allows the iranian regime to be a bigger problem that we cannot solve within this point in time. lou: within that context, john brennan to be the head of the cia. we listened to the outgoing defense secretary, panetta, say that the president of the united states and the secretary of state were not involved in the entire period in washington, d.c. in the -- in the benghazi attack, acknowledging for the first time. we have some -- first, your reaction to that revelation by secretary panetta. >> well, first of all, what seems to be the problem is the decision by the administration not to identify the threat before they strike. that's hu. meaning in libya, according to the cables we read, we did not see that this is a threat, and if we don't see that this is a threat, we don't actually -- we arnot prepared. lou: i have to say that we don't see that as a threat when we watched the british embassy be bombed, the british ambassador attacked, watched the international red cross withdrawal from benghazi, what -- how large a tyke would be writ in order for us to get the message? this is 5 -- a frightening, frightening episode. >> we're not looking at the ideology of the guys. they are the basic attitude that we consider them as hostiles, and be aware that they may attack us. now, once they attacked us, that's why they were looking at all other -- lou: i'm out of time, but what's your reaction to the revelations about the secretary of state and the president of the united states? >> i think, look, my summarized position is that they are two policies now. they were two managements of foreign policy. one low level, and a different one strategic going out of the white house, and many thinks the white house had at the time objectives not really informed at the security council on the one hand or the state department. lou: let me ask you just straight up, yes or no. were you disappointed or disgusted at the conduct of the president of the united states and the secretary of state? >> i think that by rying to put this on the video, this was a diversion from what was happening on the ground, and they tried not to inform the american public before the elections. i think that's the con consensuf most of us, those of us who know what the jihadists were trying to do. lou: thank you for being with us. more on the rising tensionings in -- tensions in the middle east and president obama's response with the a-team next. the northeast hit by another big storm. in fact, a record storm. the blizzard update is next. bush whacked or hacked, however you want to say it, the bush family photos and secret e-mails of the former first family released on the internet. the secret service says it's on it. joe biden's at it again. here we go. the vice president on the second amendment. he so far gone this time, we brought in two attorneys, author and jenkins give us perspective on the vice president. the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone but her likes 50% more cash, but i have an idea. do you want a princess dress? 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[ male announcer ] e pill eachmorning. 24 hours. zero heartbur lou:nother look at the radar on the winter storm hitting the northeastern part of the country, that is expected to dump 3 feet of snow the governors of new york, connecticut, massachus etts, rhode island have ordered a state of emergency was blizzard warnings went at 70 miles per hour also wipe out conditions are expected and major snowdrifts it will be quite a night or this storm is unleashing its powers. chicago police officers demanding pay, the policemen's union in addition to seeking 12 percent pay hike wants to be paid extra money because they are required to live in the city suggesting a $3,000 stipend mayor ron emmanuel said they will all represent the taxpayers and what they can afford. lou: they have 27 million of unfunded pension liabilities and budget problems to go along with the political problems. vice president by been pushed democrats hard on gun-control telling the democratic party retreat he is steadfast the government can declare your guns illegal. >> it is recognized without a doubt, a clearly within the power of the government to determine what type of weapons can be owned by the public. lou: not the citizens that it prohibits a and limits the government and is intent on infringing our rights to bear arms joining us now is arthur, attorney and criminal prosecutor, can you believe the vice president relegated us the members of the public? >> i took it to be american citizens, i did not make that distinction, i think it is a matter of speech. lou: so it seems that you might agree? >> he is right to a certain extent look at what the supreme court said justice scalia said it does not mean you have the right to bear any type of weapon at any given time, there are limits >> fifth vice president by dint maybe his oratory skills are not at the top it did not make any sense so be that as it may, here is the case law, justice scalia and bided are probably not on the same page too often, they say it is the lot of silly and. justice leo said under due process is every state but the state can regulate you cannot have the f-15 fighter plane you cannot have a bazooka or hand grenade. >> but it was about handguns >> the president and dianne feinstein talk about handguns and is ruled in chicago the toughest surviving handgun law, enough already. they will not te the american people what to do as long as we are possessed of the second amendment. of the government can encroach the second, fourth, 14th second, fourth, 14th, firs t, where does a and? >> the next conversation is the drones. lou: this same administration sending drones nobody hates the radical islamic terrorist more tn i do or to kill them if they are an american citizen i do not want rights suspended but a judicial proceeding and a finding to kill that person. >> bandstand. the argument is that slows down the process we heard a couple of factors tt has to be of imminent threat. lou: against the interest of united states, a very simple but we talk about those instances there is that a judicial proceeding we talk about those that are not imminent. for those who have a knee-jerk reaction, janet hippolyta on know, 011 had a potential threat of terrorism, right wean extremism, and veterans, a pro-life, states' rights as a potential terrorist would be in the same process as they would act against the inference of the united states. are you kidding me? we give them that power? >> when you talk about people on the mainland and you go after them without due process but whoever is in charge, do we .25 young men, americans, to capture this american? lou: i am not suggesting that, i suggest there is a judicial proceeding. >> you are right, you just watched a hearing washington d.c., the former secretary of defense, chairman of joint chiefs abetted the secretary of state was not even engaged in benghazi we did not respond and lindsay gramm brought out extraordinary testimony not knowing how long it would take did not respond and you would give the same people the por without a process? >> it should never be done. >> this is absolutely incompetent leadership. >> just like trade on margin. i s justified to kill this person but the difference is the government proves but now it doesn't. >> nobody wants to deal with this, we want the cia to handle this we don't want, let me rephrase those who are better occupied intriguing but what the president involved because we have a different world now with political offices and the white house and you cannot tell what is preeminent republican or democrat. >> the concern is the timing for those who have determined to be those who propose the imminent threat. lou: every citizen in this country should be comfortable the drones are flying over? >>. >>. >> this is the ramifications >> as an american citizen you are entitled. >> they blew the guy away without due procs. lou: which by? >> the drones the american citizen and that was killed. lou: i want attorneys representing members of the public who prefer to be called citizens representing or rights insisting on law and order this is not lawful we're becoming something other than americans and they're really think it is time for both parties to understand to c-net thinking and conduct our government. 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[ male announcer ] ask your doctor if chantix is right for you. lou: former special assistant market stayed and jetted diana and john fund, thank you for being here. continue the conversation of the drums. want to redo with american citizens? >> due process. to make the eighth distinction between american citizen in those or not you're doing something wrong absolutely. barack obama better be held accountable. you could bet it is the maininstream headline with every ouet. lou: the president you work for the media is going nuts over enhanced interrogation techniques, water boarding and this president kills american citizens and everybody says okay, next. >> barack obama has gone further than president george w. bush ever did this killing people with the drones but killing american citizens without due process as a lawyer i think those who have no respect, shame on you. >> george orwell wrote animal farm the famous phrase some page are more equal than others may be some citizens are more equal than others. lou: joe biden referring to the public's right purses a citizen's right to, this is nasty. >> a collectivist mindset they don't see us as individuals as a collectivist society redistribution of wealth let me take your money and give it to someone else. >> socialism? collectivism. >> may be a community organizer. 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